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Progress 2050: New Ideas for a Diverse America

Progress 2050: New Ideas for a Diverse America

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Vanessa Cárdenas, Julie Ajinkya, and Daniella Gibbs Leger explain the demographic changes our nation will experience over the next four decades and why a progressive vision is needed to ensure we take advantage of diversity as one of our greatest assets.
Vanessa Cárdenas, Julie Ajinkya, and Daniella Gibbs Leger explain the demographic changes our nation will experience over the next four decades and why a progressive vision is needed to ensure we take advantage of diversity as one of our greatest assets.

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Published by: Center for American Progress on Oct 18, 2011
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Progress 2050
New Ideas or a Diverse America
Vanessa Cárdenas, Julie Ajinkya and Daniella Gibbs Léger October 2011
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Progress 2050
New Ideas or a Diverse America
Vanessa Cárdenas, Julie Ajinkya and Daniella Gibbs Léger October 2011
Progress 2050, a project o the Center or American Progress,seeks to lead, broaden, and strengthen the progressive move-ment by working toward a more inclusive progressive agenda—one that truly refects our nation’s rich ethnic and racial diversity.By 2050 there will be no ethnic majority in our nation and toensure that the unprecedented growth o communities o coloralso yields uture prosperity, we work to close racial disparitiesacross the board with innovative policies that work or all.

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